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FRIDAY EVEMINGA DECEMBER 8, 1
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THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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S3- LAST TIME TODAY .
13 ALLEN liOLL'BAU pr;-.scnts .'
II "HURRICANE'S GAL" j
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REJISTERED JERSEY 324
SALE SAT UKUAK
cv,.,.iW desirine the address of
their paper changed will please state in
n5,tinn both OLD and
NIV1 1 iyuiiui"j-
r ,,, rfficient delivery, com
!.., f,Aniri Ko mnrlo to Subscription
Apartment promptly. City subscnb-
cos snouia cau ics"i
pialnta.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
.$5.00
nifl vViar . i
n Mail. Si.OO: 6 months, $2.00)
O:. .nntVia $2.50
Three Months
One Month
One Week 10
Entered as second-class matter, Sep
tember 11,1915, at the postoffice at
Hickory, N. C, under the act of March
8, 1879.
ti-o Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to the use or republication
f nil wws credited to it or not credit
ed in this paper and also the local news
published hetein.
The Lenoir rsew.s-iopie says:
The sale, of 20 registered Jersey
cows and one jersey oun win u- m.-iu
i?re Saturday morninR at . 1 1 cciock.
This herd was purchased by a num
ber of Caldwell county men Uirouji'n
T W T'n vnenn in C'llnwna fOUriTV.
Mr. Robinson is planning to leave (. i--
tawba county and go to some west
ern State, and had placed Lis enure
herd on the market.
The sale Saturday will he eonducl
p,1 hv Prof. R. H. Ruffner. head of
the dairy department of the Stale
Colletre at Reie.ich. Mr. Ruffner ha-
been in charge of the State dairy de
partment for a number of year-? end
has made im unusual success, naving
hui't up one of the finest eoliese
herds in Am
cows has
show records that prov
Thpv are descendants ot some wot :.
champion cows. The herd bull, which
will be included in the sale here,
the grandson ef Jacobs Ituo, the
world champion cow until a few
years ajro. This 'cow produced 5121
pounds of butter fat in one year. He
is also a grandson 0f Sophia of Hoods
farm, the ccw that hld the world's
championship longer than any oth?r
sow in America. Sophia is now l .
years old and is still a championship
cow.
Following the sale here Saturday
a cow-jnd?injr demonstration w?H b
iven. Tkis is for the benefit of
x., Caldwell county farmers wno are
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ux lilt; uau j uu iaji inv. u . -
PASTIME
TOMORROW
Katherine MacDonald
in
"Heroes and
Husbands"
Story by Charles A. Logue
A Drama of Heart-Stealers and
Heart-Dealers, with The
American Dcauty in
the Tart she loves
to play
nerira. Every on of tho A F IUT NHONAL
registration pwers and 1 AllKAtnu
Is that prove their merit. IS Admission 10c &i Jc
pstpondnnts of some world .-b.
ESS S3
Christmas
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fee
VOUi .i:IIi.. for
mnoUKta due on ciubi; viU bi. reudy f-.r ii-..
Ivibulior. on Monday, December lltli. Those baio.ini i niotrifr.
out of vo-'a wiU be mailed. Othora will be htld r.ubj-ct Im a"! 0i
mailed on -ec,iK!r.t.
AH ;r5r.;:bcio!cG nwrX be brought or mailcJ with vo!m a -r.
Absolutely no voucher cashed without
Pass-BooK ;
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; The .report of Capt. W. A. Scott,
ileputy insurance commissioner, on the
great fire in New Bern last week
shows that a number of the colored
people of that city had stored ex
plosives, if that was the ca
used' apainst their best friends, as 0f"caldwell county who are interest
cious circumstances. She is the star
of "Hurricane's Gal" a First Na
tional attraction, produced by Alien
Halubar, which commenced a two days I
eng-ao-ement att he Pastime yesterday.
Miss Philips, who will be. remem
bered for her remarkable work in
Man Woman, Marriage,, a. mas- ,
s'ive First .National attraction ui
rected bv Mr. Ilolubar, has , an uni
usual and particularly fitting- part in !
"Hurricane's Gal." She is cast as an
rnconventicnai maul Oi vne sea,
who. inheriting: a smujrHner schoon
er from hei lather, takes command
of it and rules with the same iron
they are now realizing. It is to Ijc ed in dairying and in building up hand and relentlessness wnicn cnar-
l,,.j 4U nn ronsfderable rumbor dairy herds. It is expected that a bi acterized her father. ,
koped that no consuieiai. e nn f.r0Jd h(? hrrp for this salo- a, it Tho pr0ldt,,tion is rilled with
of negroes had concealed wwcpcis fh,st purc.bred or registered thrills, but they are not of the lurid,
and explosives for possible use against jpy sale to be held in th'e cou.v. ! "dime novel" variety. There is logr'c
"enemies" and it is also to be hoped The men who are backing up this
w'-mh. lesson from 'the present dis- sale are II. P. Robinson. M. L. Greer
tresVwill be to bring them to a re-
alizatioa that their real friends are storii povro Bros., A. C. Farthine,
tlie white men and women of the state. T. F. Seehorn, L. E. Corpemng. ti. H.
Kirby. Havwood Powell. S. L. Austin,
R. Steele, H. M. Beach, R. W. Bar
In its comment on t4ie anti-wood iovv arifi j.' s. Hass.
shingle ordinance tho Record prob-
ably did not make itself as clear ns- LAST SHOWING xy
it 'would have done had the article o phiiips, A whose absence
not been written at the beginning oi from tle st.veen for some months
and plausibility behind ca.n, and the
spectacular effects which follow in
R. W. Greene, C L. McGee, Albert ! rapid succession cause the spectato-
ler. E. Ti. Crisp, W. IT. Lvng-1 to e;asp.
Hurricane's Gal" is a big rugge-i
sea .storv. and a three irrsted
schooner, a torpedo boat destroyer
and aeroplanes and nvdroplcnss
have been used by the director, ine
characters are strong men and we
m?n a;id .they are portrayed by an
exceptionally capable cast.
If you missed seeing thTs fine,
picture." Come today. Special music at
uc. j.v TUa. tnn rant vndiii'tion Tino iwmi nntprl with vporrpt. bv hpv the evenine- periovmance bv Mrs
per hundred on insurance carried amnirers, has returned under auspl- Hatcher.
would apply only to houses wiHiin
COO feet of a hydrant not now covered
with a fire-proof roof. The fire proof
roof houses already enjoy this reduc
tion. There are quite a number cf
homes in Hickory with metal or
similar roofing, and the number is
glowing every week.
Although' the demand for ("othin;?
suitable for children under 12 years
of age must be great in New Bern,
it cannot bo as great as the need for
money with which to purchase pro
visions. Until that city i able to puc
everybody to work again the expense
would be overwhelming, and cash h
thjmediujn most desired. The Record
is confident that in a distance of 100
miles all the clothing needed can
be collected. Those who can give
money should do so.
The nation's road building this
year has broken all records, according
to the chief of "the bureau of pubil:
roads of the department of agricul
ture in his report to congress. In this
respect Texas had the largest com
pleted mileage with 933, while Ar;
kansas, Georgia, Iowa, Minnesota and
North Carolina ompleted more thur.
COO miles. The federal government
supplemented state funds by nearly
$200,000,000. Next year's (program In
North Carolina will be large, for it
will include many projects already
under construction.
The Record is heartily in favor of
those buy-at-home movements, but it
has never been able to see through
the entire thing. For instance, it would
not know what to do with tho product
of the furniture factories of High
Point', Hiekory and Lenoir if people
in other states should attempt to
build a vall abut themselves. Trade
at . home is a better slogan in com
munity btoildihg.
;;The president's shipping bill has
encountered rough weather in com
mittee the harbor, one might say
indicating that when it puts out to
sea it will be in for a senatorial storm.
The measure ought to be debated
thoroughly.
The State F'armers' union, with
many familiar names of other years,
wiiasir.jr, has met and adjourned at
Salisbury. One by ne prominent mem
bers have cut loose, but Messrs. Alex
ander and Stone continue to stick.
The organization stands fr many
good things.
MAKE IT A RADIO CHRISTMAS
Everybody is interested in radio.
It is something that is not a fad and
it never grows old. Every night there
is something new. Equip your home
with a radio receiving-set and listen
in on the highost class of concerts,
instructive lectures, entertaining
readings, inspiring sermons, and
the latest bits of news and market re
ports. Expert advice on the cost of
relative efficiency of the various sets
and accessories will be given without
any obligation on your part.
II. A. LATTA
Hickory .... N. C.
Adv.
Putting a Kick in Home Brew
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Thrill upon thrill by lau:'., sea, aadair. Storw and sunshine; tropic
fsU-s and underworld;, the clash oi' men and women all Ip3
movine- forward tobreak-like a hurricane over the hne
Supportipg cast includes Wallace Iieery, fJo'berf Ellis
Gertrude iistor
A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION
THE PICTURE T HAT MAKES THRILLS THRILL !
8 GREAT REELS '
Shows: 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 and 9:00 p. m.
Special music at-the Evening Performance by Mrs. Hatcher
Admission: Children 10c, no tax; Adults
DR. GLENN R. FRYE
PHYSICIAN
OiBce over Hickory Drug Co.
Hours: 11 to 12 3 to 5
Phones: Office 96; Residence 162-J
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30c tax included. KSS MK 1!
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Jury Vindicates Mrs. Hall
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FIRE FIRE
Insure before it burns
CITIZENS INSURANCE A
REALTY CO.
W. H. LITTLE, Mgr.
Let Va Protect Yon
Phone 103 or 146-L
FIRE FIRE
We do All Kinds of
Radiator Repair Work
Johnson's Garage
PHONE 377
Hickory Lodge No.343
Regular Communication First and
Third Monday nights
Brethren cordially invited to be
present
E. H. SHUFORD, W. M.
W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sec
j With nerve unshaken, Mrs. Frances 'Stevens wan, wue or. tiio m ur
dered New Brunswick (N. J.) rector, left the courthouse after ht-arins;
that the grand jury had refused to indict anyone for the slaying of her
husband and Mrs. Mills. Mrs. Hall is shown here with her attorney,
Timothy Pfeiffer.
Record Want Ads Bring Results. Try Them,
( Oeo. E. Hisanar
DOCTOR OF OPTICS
Error of Refraction and ail Optical
defects corrected with properly
fitted glasses
OSes and ' examination room in
connection with Jewelry store
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- j' li tists at ti; - C-.'iine Univers :y, Paris, have discovered that
!"-lic beverages, n iven SO. 000 to 120.000 volts of electricity ao
:-;cfl in tlie same condition as if the had been stored av.-.iy from 20
'ii vrarrf. -ITere is Professor Charles renry putting a l:cl" ir. a' brrrel
!' .' .. V v 8i1vipf tilfl it to H fiMfon '-.f -'". flOO Volts.
Christmas Cards
Place your orders now for your
remembrance cards. All kinds
to select from. Your name en
graved with the cards at a small,
cost. .Ask to see the samples
G. WT. RABY, M. D., D. C.
Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist
Over Essex Jewelry Store
Chirapractic Eliminates the Cause
of Disease
Phone 528-J
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CYRUS C. BABB
Mem. Ainer. Soc. Civil Engrs.
Waterpower, Waterworks And
Sewerage Land Sub-division
Highways
HICKORY, N. C.
Chamber Commerce Building
Address: Granite Falls, N. C.
A. J. ESSEX
Graduate 'Optometrist
Ofuce in Jewelry Store Where You
Eyes receive expert service
without the use of drugs
Hickory Harness Co.
Manufacturers of all Kinds of
HARNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES,
AND STRAP W02S
Repairing a Specialty
HICKORY, N. C.
REAL ESTATE
lNSURANCIl
I have some very desiraMe city ssi
country property for sale If;
- interested, see, phone ot
write
j. w. noiiE
Hickory - N. Car.
JITNEY SCHEDULE
Hickory-Lenoir Jitney Schedslt
'Leave Lenoir 8:30 p. in.
-Leave; Hickory 5 p. m.
Arrive for No. 21 and 22.
C. E. BOBBINS.
Chase & Sanborn
SEAL BRAND
COFFEE
Best Grown in The
World.
Whitener & Martin
Anniversary Silvei
Many Pretty IDesigns
arid Patterns
SUITABLE FOR GIFT!
Inspect them now while
our stock is complete
Shuford Hardware Co.
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DOLLARS DECREASE THE POCK!
They increase if deposited in the
First National Bank. Interest at 4 per
cent is compounded quarterly; your
dollars keep growing every day and
night.
Money in the pocket is more eas1
ily spent for things that may give you no
benefit or real pleasure. If in the bank,
it is withdrawn only when needed. o
1.00 will start an account in this
bank. Regular saving will make it
gtow.
First National, Baek
HICKORY, N. C.
, Capital and Surplus $300,000'
J. D. Elliott, president; K. C. Menzies, vice-president and
- cashier;' J. ,L. Cilley, asst. cashier
Tire Prices
Fisk, Firestone Mo
hawk and Miller
;-'Catawba Tire Co.
1230 Ninth Ave.
Ennis & Son
Store
Service & Satisfaction
Fancy Groceries, Fresh Meats,
Flour and Feedstuff, all at right
prices. Come or call
348 Highland Ave.
WE WELD IT
Quality Tires
- at - I
"Gyp" Prices
30x3 All Weather Tread $12-5!
SQxSU Cross PJb Cord -.512.50
S2x4 Cross Rib Cord . . . -?24.5?
30x3 Va Pathfinder 8-8 j
S0xfl Cross Rib Tread ..$10i5 ;
Every Year is A Good Year For
Goodyear Tires.
Standard Garage &
Sales Company
HICKORY, N. C.
BAKERS GARAGE
9th Avenue ' Hickory, N. C.
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